Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHEL 8 RHCE)

Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHEL 8 RHCE)
Red Hat Certified Engineer (RHEL 8 RHCE)
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The Red Hat Certified Engineer course will prepare you for the certification exam from Red Hat. This certification is intended to be earned by a current Red Hat Certified System Administrator (RHCSA). This course will prepare you for the performance based certification exam by Red Hat that is intended to demonstrate your knowledge, skills and experience as a senior system administrator that is responsible for Red Hat Enterprise Linux systems.

Table of Contents

1 About the Course
2 About the Author
3 About the Exam

Basic Red Hat Certified Administrator Skills
4 Understand and Use Essential Tools (Part 1)
5 Understand and Use Essential Tools (Part 2)
6 Operate Running Systems
7 Configure Local Storage
8 Create and Configure File Systems
9 Deploy, Configure, and Maintain systems
10 Manage Users and Groups
11 Manage Security (Part 1)
12 Manage Security (Part 2)

Understand Core Components of Ansible
13 Inventories
14 Modules
15 Variables
16 Facts
17 Plays and Playbooks
18 Configuration Files

Install and Configure an Ansible Control Node
19 Install Required Packages
20 Create a Static Host Inventory File
21 Create a Configuration File

Configure Ansible Managed Nodes
22 Create and Distribute SSH Keys to Manage Nodes and Configure Privilege Escalation
23 Validate a Working Configuration Using Ad Hoc Ansible Commands

Script Administration Tasks
24 Create Simple Shell Scripts
25 Create Shell Scripts That Run Ad Hoc Ansible Commands

Create Ansible Plays and Playbooks
26 Know How to Work with Commonly Used Ansible Modules
27 Use Variables to Retrieve the Results of Running a Command
28 Use Conditionals to Control Play Execution
29 Configure Error Handling
30 Create Playbooks to Configure Systems to a Specified State

Use Ansible Modules for System Administration Tasks
31 Software Packages and Repositories
32 Users and Groups
33 Services
34 Firewall Rules
35 Storage Devices
36 File Content
37 File Systems
38 Archiving
39 Scheduled Tasks
40 Security

Create and Use Templates to Create Customized Configuration Files
41 Ansible Variables
42 Ansible Templates

Create and Work with Roles
43 Understanding Roles
44 Creating and Using Roles
45 Ansible Galaxy

Managing Parallelism
46 Parallelism with Ansible

Protect Sensitive Data in Playbooks with Ansible Vault
47 Ansible Vault
48 Using Ansible Vault in a Playbook

Ansible Documentation
49 Local Documentation
50 Documentation on the Web

51 Conclusion